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Most of the government offices responsible for the regulation and supervision of specific social or economic sectors provide access on their homepages to the legal framework of the sector.

This text of the Criminal Code also includes in extensor Act No. It abrogates the Labor Code and subsequent modifications. The Ministry of Industry and Commerce Ministerio de Industria y Comercio 816-07 the government agency responsible for formulating and implementing industrial policy, trade and mining and formulating 186–07 policies in the Dominican Republic.

See the Code updated through This law repeals Law No. Among the most important amendments are: Primary Sources of Law.

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168-07 Justice is administered by the Supreme Court of Justice and the other tribunals established by the Constitution or the laws. Eight years later, inArticles 49, 89 and 90 of the Constitution were amended to provide mainly for the presidential re-election and other electoral matters.

Courts of Appeal 2.

Unable to control the country effectively, the then governing authorities ceded the country back to Spain in The President promulgates and publishes laws and resolutions passed by Congress, and he has the constitutional authority under Article 1b of the Constitution, to issue decrees, regulations and instructions which are binding. It is functionally independent of the Courts by means of Ley No.

Amigo del Hogar,p. This work is a valuable source, in English, on the evolution of the Legal System of the Dominican Republic until The Courts of First Instance are divided into: Law Reports and Compilations of Legislation 3. The main pieces of legislation regulating foreign investment in the Dominican are the following: Code of Civil Procedure 3. It shares with Haiti the island of Hispaniola, occupying two thirds of the eastern side of the island. Minors and Juvenile Courts 2.


This Bulletin is published by the Supreme Court of Justice and is also accessible electronically since Januaryon the Judicial Power homepage under Consultas — Sentencias. The Public Ministry is composed by: Justices of the Peace 2. Law Reports and Compilations of Legislation. The Monetary Board, the Central Bank of the Dominican Republic and the Superintendence of Banking are the state agencies responsible for regulating and supervising the financial and monetary sector of the Dominican Republic.

The first free trade agreement was signed with Central America April 16, The Administrative Contentious jurisdiction is integrated by higher administrative courts Tribunales Superiores Administrativos and contentious administrative courts of first instance.

With modifications, this Code is still largely in effect today. There are multiple government agencies regulating and supervising the social security system of the Dominican Republic providing access 1186-07 laws, ordinances, minutes and resolutions some of which are: The reform 18-07 a profound restructuring of institutions and procedures for adjudicating and registering property rights in the Dominican Republic within the adopted titling system, the Torrens System.

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Courts of First Instance. Previously updated in July and Sept. It does not include the main codes. These courts have jurisdiction over disputes filed against decisions, actions and provisions of the central government including administrative, tax, financial and municipal issues.

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In addition to its powers to enact laws, the Congress of the Republic is empowered to increase, or reduce regular or exceptional courts, to approve or reject international treaties and conventions concluded by the Executive Power, and has the authority to review and approve the national budget submitted by the Executive Power.


For main legislation enacted which governs the Public Ministry see under Transparencia – Marco Legal. The National Congress has constitutional authority to legislate over any matter. Thereafter the new republic was subjected to a long power struggle 186-70 those who lry to remain independent The Blues and those who supported the annexation of the country to France, Spain or the United States The Reds. A National Health Commission was created to promote overall modernization of the health sector.

This legislation marked the beginning of significant reforms eliminating restrictions to foreign investment and promoting the flow of capital into the country.

Bythe Dominican Republic had adopted thirty-five constitutional amendments. Unfortunately, this effort was not continued and the country still does not have a law reporting leu distinct from the Official Gazette. These translated codes, with little adjustment to local needs remained as the law of the Dominican Republic for more than one hundred and fifty years [24].

This new law provides for mandatory and universal coverage for all Dominican nationals and foreigners residing in the Dominican Republic against risks of aging, disability, unemployment, sickness, maternity and childbirth, and labor risks. The Supreme Court of Justice was given constitutional authority to designate the judges at all levels of the Judiciary, and authorized to exert disciplinary authority over all its members, putting an end to Executive and Legislative control over judges and personnel of the judiciary.